Stamp is a GPL'd project currently under development. It is a GTK+ application designed for easy management of grabbing, timestamping and uploading jpeg images from a quickcam to your website. It now requires Linux pthreads, and GTK+-1.1.3 or higher. Patches and suggestions are welcomed.
Slurchin is a Web interface to a Quickcam for Notebooks Deluxe connected to a NSLU2 running Linux. (It might work for other webcams, hardware, and OSes, but it hasn't been tested.) The application allows the user to take pictures and see them through the Web. It also allows the user to check if the necessary drivers to make the camera work are installed and loaded. It requires w3camd to be installed in the device.
Stamp is a command-line program which will process a color or grayscale jpeg image, such as one produced by a Quickcam. It can add a graphical (and configurable) timestamp to the image. Stamp can also upload the timestamped image via FTP, with the configuration of a stamprc file. Stamp is bundled with gstamp, which is a GTK version of Stamp.
Lluzhionne is a very configurable Webcam program that can apply randomly selected captions, dates, and filters to images before uploading them. It comes with a default set of filters that use NetPBM and ImageMagick; others can be easily added. It can upload images using SCP. It supports Casio digital cameras, YUV420P Video4Linux devices, and grabbing images supplied by an external Webcam program. It does not require X11. It has been tested using the Casio QV-10A digital camera and the Phillips (pwc driver) Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000.